Week 3 – Joining design sprints – Shuffle Q/A 3

37. What is a retrospective?

  • A collaborative critique of the team’s design sprint
  • A team of creatives hired to build a marketing campaign
  • An early model of a product that demonstrates functionality
  • A time-bound process, with five phases typically spread over five full 8-hour days

38. You are in a design sprint with a wide variety of participants. Why is it important to value the input of every person involved?

  • Discussing a problem with multiple people ensures the needs of the client will be met.
  • Considering a problem from all angles ensures the best ideas will be adopted.
  • Reviewing a problem from multiple perspectives means that every user is equally represented.
  • Exploring a problem from multiple perspectives means that many solutions are tested.

39. Which of the following is an important part of post-sprint planning?

  • Documentation
  • Budget planning
  • Launch planning
  • Downtime

40. A design team is exploring many possible solutions to a design challenge. What is the next phase in their design sprint?

  • Understand
  • Decide
  • Test
  • Ideate

41. In this step of planning a design sprint, the user problem you’re trying to solve during the sprint is defined.

  • User research
  • Find the right space
  • Gather supplies
  • Call in the experts

42. When planning a sprint, it’s important to establish the rules of the sprint. The rules make sure everyone is on the same page and focused. Which of the following is another reason to set the rules before the sprint?

  • The rules highlight the performance of valuable participants.
  • The rules set the tone for a sprint.
  • The rules allow for the removal of a participant.
  • The rules set the budget for a sprint.

43. When in the design sprint does the design team create a prototype?

  • Before the decide phase, and after the test phase
  • Before the test phase, and after the decide phase
  • During the ideate phase
  • During the understand phase

44. Do design sprints help teams prioritize a profit-driven path to market for their designs?

  • Yes. Design sprints prioritize a design’s fiscal viability. They help teams identify a profit-driven path to market.
  • No. Design sprints prioritize the user. They help teams create a path to market, but they put the user before profit.
  • Sometimes. Design sprints may help teams identify a profit-driven path to market. The team needs to choose between a user-first approach and a profit-first approach.

45. In which step of planning a design sprint does the sprint planner make sure that there are protocols in place to document what the team learns in the sprint?

  • Establish sprint rules.
  • Post-sprint planning
  • Call in the experts
  • User research

46. When creating a sprint brief, who is considered an approver?

  • An ideal potential user of the sprint prototype
  • A team lead
  • An internal stakeholder who needs to sign off
  • A sprint leader

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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